Vistana Kuala Lumpur Titiwangsa
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Saturday was a another fun day.
Req and I decided to meet for a bit of late lunch and sight seeing.
We met at the train station and decided to head to Central market for some food.
1x large Omelet, 1x beef and rice and 2x large slices of melon all for £1.65
We where stuffed and started walking to burn off some Kcals.
We came across a Hindu temple (I hadn't seen this one on the map)
Removing our shoes we headed ...
... as my shorts were showing too much leg and it cost $2 NZ to hire with the bond included! What an awesome sight these caves are - Moira you would have loved it. The monkeys are rife and run around like rats and steal things out of your hand or bags if you are not careful - awesome Han you would have loved to see it but not the toilets I was back in my Europe days with starting blocks which stunk and ...
We had pre-booked a maxicab for our group. Last evening he rang to confirm that he was still required. This morning he arrived 10 minutes early, we had already checked out, loaded our luggage and we reached Changi at 0700. Because we had purchased some items in Singapore, we were able to collect a refund on the GST. This procedure took less than a minute. As you will appreciate, we have found Singapore ...
... blouse and then put a band on the skirt ,with an attachment to fasten it ,then what is left is thrown over your shoulder as the attached scarf absolutely brilliant.The shops are a visual feast. We travelled to Kuala Lumpur on Monday morning with a 5.00 early morning as we had to catch the ferry to Butterworth ,then catch the 8.00 train to Kuala Lumpur. It is a 6 hour journey and it is a bit of a rattler but ...
... steps is the world's tallest statue of Murugan, a Hindu deity. Standing at 42.7 m (140 ft) high, the statue can be seem from miles around is really quite impressive.
Later in the evening we went to the Hard rock cafe for dinner to have maybe our last taste of real food before we commence on our Thai green marathon tomorrow. A short walk from here was the KL tower which we travelled to the top of in a very short but ear ...